The Moto G has been a huge success, launching Motorola’s market share from almost nothing to 6% in just six months.

That’s according to data from Kantar Worldpanel ComTech that shows that the bargain-of-the-year handset, which offers consumers such a decent specification phone for a fraction of the cost of other mid-range devices, has been a worthy success.

Frankly, it deserved to be a massive hit as I wrote when it was launched.

Even today it still represents exceptional value for money and offers the best Android experience of any similarly priced smartphone, as well as handsets priced a lot more.

It punches way above its weight and also provides battery life that is now a serious consideration for many when buying a new phone.

And the good news is that at Mobile World Congress, Motorola (soon to be part of Lenovo) was keen to say it will continue releasing products that have a high-specification at an affordable price.

With Qualcomm’s updated Snapdragon 410 chipset supporting both LTE (4G) and 5GHz Wi-Fi, it’s likely that the successor to the Moto G will be an even better package.

Not yet seen the Moto G? Check out my review here.

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Written by Jonathan Morris

Writing about technology, with a focus on mobile, since the early 1990s! Former editor of What Mobile magazine, writer for The Telegraph, Stuff, Know Your Mobile, Pocket Gamer, Smart TV Radar and more. Regular Tweeter, occasional YouTuber, keen amateur photographer and forum moderator. If you like what I write, please consider deactivating your ad blocker or making a donation via PayPal to help fund this site.

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